Craft Book Review: Sewing School

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It’s been a long time since my last craft book review.  But I recently received Sewing School to review and happily passed it to my nine year old daughter.  She loooooved it and can’t wait to get busy making every.single.project. 
The great things about this book:

  • Bright and colorful- love the overall layout of this book and that it’s spiral bound.
  • A lot of hand stitching, so those without a sewing machine aren’t left out.  It’s noted when a sewing machine is required.
  • Each project has a note from a child that actually did the project- this was one of my daughter’s favorite things, reading what everyone else thought.
  • A range of projects.
  • There’s a pocket full of patterns in the back.

Overall- definitely recommend this book
Would make a great gift for a girl, specifically ages 8-13.

In addition to reviewing Sewing School, I get to give one away!!  Yay!
Open to U.S. residents only.
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Will announce the winner on Wednesday, March 9th.


  1. Karla Baker says

    Looks like a really awesome book. I have grandchildren and am looking for something creative that we can do together.

  2. says

    I love to sew and I can’t wait for my daughter to get her first sewing machine. I have taught her to hand embroider some so I know the passion is in her to sew! I would love to start with this book!

  3. Melissa B. says

    My daughter, Sarah received a sewing machine from her grandmother for Christmas. We have yet to start a project. She would love this! Thanks also for all of the wonderful things you share everyday.

  4. Amy Jo Trager says

    That books looks like so much fun! Every time my niece visits, we do some sewing or craft projects. I’d love some new ideas.

  5. Jessica Costello says

    This book would be perfect for me! I’m 24 and barely have any sewing experience. I’d love to get a good start on it! Looks like a fun book!

  6. Carolyn (temysmom) says

    This book would be perfect for both me and my daughter. I’ve been wanting to learn how to sew and I’m completely intimidated taking a class. I need very basic lessons that even my 11 year old daughter can do. This would be so fun to learn together.

  7. Carla says

    My kids would love this – even my 8-year-old son has been wanting me to teach him how to sew!
    Thanks for the chance!

  8. Lydia says

    My sister and I have just started to teach ourselves to sew. My nieces are very interested in sewing now as well. This book seems like a fun way to get them involved!

  9. Linny Best says

    I loved doing things like this when I was a kid and can’t wait to do them with my kids!!

  10. Marsha Stevens says

    My daughter and I both love sewing and making things. Thanks for the opportunity to win this book. (

  11. Mollie says

    My 11 year old daughter would adore that book. She and my grandma would sit for hours and hand stitch little pieces of fabric. She definitely loves to sew:o)

  12. says

    That’s so cool! I work with tween girls at church and I think that this would definitely be something to help in our quest to learn homemaking skills!

  13. Nicole Heiney says

    My oldest is just beginning to like sewing with me! This would be lots of fun!


  14. Christy says

    This is great! I host a summer sewing camp for my daughters friends. This would be perfect for some new ideas.

    • Mique says

      Julie- thanks for pointing out my mistake- I will pick the winner on Weds still! The 9th, not the 10th. ;)

  15. Barbara says


    • Mique says

      Barbara- you are so right. I’m the mom of two boys too- thanks for bringing this up!! xo

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  17. says

    My daughter is 5, but loves doing sewing projects with me! I’d love to have a resource like this to enhance our fun together!

  18. Merry says

    I would love to share this book with my granddaughter Ava. She just turned 11 and I think it would be a great wat to pass my love of sewing on to her. I always say that there is usually at least one sewer in each generation of a family. She is very artistic and likes colorful things. I think she would be a great sewer.

    • Jan says

      I’ve been looking for a good sewing book for my daughter with relatively no luck. I’ll have to give this one a look. Thanks!

  19. Marcee Rodgers says

    I have no clue how to sew. I’ve had a machine since my DD was 2-she is now 9.5. I attempted to make pillows. They came out with something I can’t quite call corners. If I won this, I promise to share with my DD. But I get first dibs:)

  20. Michelle says

    This looks great. My daughter is a little young for it but my niece would love to get this for her birthday. Thank you for the review.

  21. Michelle says

    This book looks great. My daughter is a little young for it but I think my niece would love to get this for her birthday. Thank you for the review.

  22. Julie says

    I have always loved to sew and am just started to teach my granddaughter. I would love to win this for her…actually to inspire both of us!

  23. Julie says

    I would love to win this for my granddaughter. I have always sewn and am just starting to teach her. This would be inspiring for both of us!

  24. Dee says

    Wow what a fun idea.. I’m trying to get my neices more into doing crafts and things.. that would be perfect! Thanks for sharing :)

  25. says

    I have an 8 year old daughter who would LOVE this book! Actually, I don’t think love is a strong enough word for how excited she’d be to own it.